The Spot Check Clinic team

Dr Chris Miller

MBBS, MA (Virt Comm), Grad Cert (Hlth Info), Grad Dip (Comp Inf Sci)

Skin cancer doctor, medical director

Dr Chris Miller
Chris is a primary care skin cancer doctor, working exclusively in specialist skin cancer clinics since 2009. He established Spot Check Skin Cancer Clinic in 2017 to realise his vision of a patient-centred service with a strong focus on technology, communication and ongoing care.

Qualifications

Skin cancer courses and qualifications

  • Accredited skin cancer doctor, Skin Cancer College Australasia
  • Advanced Clinical Certificate of Dermoscopy, Skin Cancer College Australasia
  • Certificate of Dermoscopy, Skin Cancer College Australasia
  • Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine, Skin Cancer College Australasia
  • Professional Certificate of Skin Cancer Surgery, HealthCert
  • Professional Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine, HealthCert
  • Professional Certificate of Aesthetic Medicine, HealthCert
  • Professional Certificate of General Dermatology, HealthCert
  • Certificate of Photodynamic Therapy, Bravura Education

Other academic qualifications

  • MBBS (University of Adelaide 1988)
  • MA (Virtual Communication) (RMIT 2004)
  • Grad Cert (Health Informatics) (Monash, 2001)
  • Grad Dip (Computer and Information Science) (University of SA, 1999)

Professional affiliations

Member of Skin Cancer College Australasia

About

Chris

Chris is a primary care skin cancer doctor, working exclusively in specialist skin cancer clinics since 2009. He established Spot Check Skin Cancer Clinic in 2017 to realise his vision of a patient-centred service with a strong focus on technology, communication and ongoing care.

Chris graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1988 and spent time working in sexual health where he learnt the importance of an empathetic and relaxed consulting style, while aiming to educate and encourage patients to take responsibility for reducing their risk. In the late 90s and early 2000s, Chris became interested in the potential of the internet and computing to improve medical care. He gained postgraduate qualifications in computer science, health informatics and digital communication. He worked for several years in software development and as an internet consultant to health sector clients before returning to clinical medicine.

Skin cancer practice allows Chris to combine his interests in medical computing, the internet and patient-centred care by leveraging new technologies which empower patients to monitor their own skin and communicate easily with their trusted provider.